Seven residence halls will undergo renovations this summer. Students said the renovations are welcome improvements to the buildings.
May 1, 2017
Volume 114, Issue 1
Stories from the May 1, 2017 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
A new student-built table in Kogan Plaza will allow student to charge their phones and laptops using solar power this fall.
Some neighbors said the city moved too quickly to install LED lights without fully considering the potential disturbances to neighborhoods.
If students are allowed and encouraged to freely express their opinions and stances on issues, then professors should too.
Unionization isn’t a cure-all to the problems RAs are currently facing, but it’s a path toward improvement.
Diana Henriques was the first to interview Bernie Madoff after his incarceration. Now she will star as herself in an HBO film premiering this month.
The man was taken by EMeRG to the GW Hospital emergency room for medical evaluation and he was barred from campus.
Ed and Frank Delavergne transfered to GW last fall so that they could run together as middle-distance runners on the Colonials track and field team.
Officials said they will end their lease on 2020 K St. this summer as a part of a University-wide goal to cut down on rented space.
Check out these books written by GW professors for riveting summer reads that doubles as a way to kiss up to future professors.